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Re: Possible to configure LMTP envelope recipient without domain?

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  • Jeroen Geilman
    ... What kind of proxy - an SMTP proxy ? Postfix will canonicalize the address back to fqdn form before queueing it. If you are talking about an LMTP proxy -
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 26, 2011
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      On 2011-07-27 04:43, Jack Bates wrote:
      > On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 12:33 PM, Wietse Venema<wietse@...> wrote:
      >> Jack Bates:
      >>> I want Postfix to deliver messages to an LMTP server - and for better
      >>> or worse, the LMTP server accepts envelope recipients with just a
      >>> mailbox name, e.g. "RCPT TO:<example>"
      >> The LMTP protocol is identical to SMTP with very few differences,
      >> and therefore it requires a complete email address.
      > Thank you Wietse - I know that this LMTP server is noncompliant - it
      > sounds like it's impossible to configure Postfix to deliver to it?
      >
      > Is there anything I can try, to get Postfix to deliver to this LMTP
      > server? Maybe a proxy that would remove the domain from the envelope
      > recipient?

      What kind of proxy - an SMTP proxy ?
      Postfix will canonicalize the address back to fqdn form before queueing it.

      If you are talking about an LMTP proxy - erm, yes, right.
      Think about it.

      Personally, I would just replace this broken LMTP backend with dovecot.

      --
      J.
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